The worlds end

Necessary experience.
If you want to rent a guide, it is required that all participants have a travel insurance that covers the activities they attend

The starting point is a small bay at the end of the path from the road to Langvika, which is a small fishing hamlet.
From the bay we head down to the south, where one can see the island Hui and farther out, Stauper. The first part of the trip goes south past Barkevik ending in Dirhue. Here a small hidden archipelago is revealed, and hours can be passed just paddling round between the small islands around Goneskjæra.

On the south tip of the bay is Mostranda. Here here you can go ashore and get an ice cream or some fresh water at the camping site. When rounding Helgerødtangen, the old lighthouse on " the World’s End" rises up majestically towards you and welcome you. The lighthouse was build in 1932 as a tourist attraction along with the restaurant, that now serves as the National Park center.
Length: 18km.
Duration: 6 hours